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What is the name of the professional skateboarder lives in southern California?
Southern California is also important to the world of yachting.
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What is the name for a response of the immune system damages the body's native tissues?
Hypersensitivity is an immune response damages the body's own tissues.
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What is a ligand on the cell surface is upregulated after helper T cell activation?
In addition, helper T cell activation causes an upregulation of molecules expressed on the T cell's surface, such as CD40 ligand (also called CD154), which provide extra stimulatory signals typically required to activate antibody-producing B cells.
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What signer of the Articles of Confederation was descended from Huguenots?
Paul Revere was descended from Huguenot refugees, as was Henry Laurens, signed the Articles of Confederation for South Carolina; Jack Jouett, made the ride from Cuckoo Tavern to warn Thomas Jefferson and others that Tarleton and his men were on their way to arrest him for crimes against the king; Francis Marion, and a number of other leaders of the American Revolution and later statesmen.
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In which case did the Court state Austria was not allowed to hold places in Austrian schools exclusively for Austrian students?
In Commission v Austria the Court held that Austria was not entitled to restrict places in Austrian universities to Austrian students to avoid "structural, staffing and financial problems" if (mainly German) foreign students applied for places because there was little evidence of an actual problem.
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When people take on debt, it leads potentially to what?
If the state does not provide these services, then for those on lower incomes, the costs must be borrowed and often those on lower incomes are those are worse equipped to manage their finances.
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Stretched rocks pinch into lenses are known by what word?
These stretched rocks can also pinch into lenses, known as boudins, after the French word for "sausage", because of their visual similarity.
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How much did Capital Cities Communications purchase ABC and its properties for?
Due to an FCC ban on same-market ownership of television and radio stations by a single company (although the deal would have otherwise complied with new ownership rules implemented by the FCC in January 1985, allowed broadcasters to own a maximum of 12 television stations), ABC and Capital Cities respectively decided to sell WXYZ-TV and Tampa independent station WFTS-TV to the E. W. Scripps Company (although Capital Cities/ABC originally intended to seek a cross-ownership waiver to retain WXYZ and Capital Cities-owned radio stations WJR and WHYT).
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Who painted the retable of St. George is in the V&A collection?
One of the largest objects in the collection is the Spanish tempera on wood, 670 x 486 cm, retable of St George, c. 1400, consisting of numerous scenes and painted by Andrés Marzal De Sax in Valencia.
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What is the seldom used force unit equal to one thousand newtons?
The kilogram-force leads to an alternate, but rarely used unit of mass: the metric slug (sometimes mug or hyl) is that mass accelerates at 1 m·s−2 when subjected to a force of 1 kgf.
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By what name was the Mongol army finally conquered Bulgaria known?
The famous cavalry expedition led by Subutai and Jebe, in which they encircled the entire Caspian Sea defeating all armies in their path, remains unparalleled to this day, and word of the Mongol triumphs began to trickle to other nations, particularly Europe.
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What was given as the cause of death?
His body was later found by maid Alice Monaghan after she had entered Tesla's room, ignoring the "do not disturb" sign Tesla had placed on his door two days earlier.
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Who was responsible for the new building projects in Jacksonville?
Mayor W. Haydon Burns' Jacksonville Story resulted in the construction of a new city hall, civic auditorium, public library and other projects created a dynamic sense of civic pride.
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What kind of needlework was used in the creation of the Bayeux Tapestry?
It was commissioned by Odo, the Bishop of Bayeux and first Earl of Kent, employing natives from Kent were learned in the Nordic traditions imported in the previous half century by the Danish Vikings.
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What was developed from Watt's measurements on a model steam engine?
The steam engine contributed much to the development of thermodynamic theory; however, the only applications of scientific theory influenced the steam engine were the original concepts of harnessing the power of steam and atmospheric pressure and knowledge of properties of heat and steam.
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In what magazine did Tesla talk about reflecting electricity off of submarine's hulls?
Tesla was incorrect in his assumption that high frequency radio waves would penetrate water but Émile Girardeau, helped develop France's first radar system in the 1930s, noted in 1953 that Tesla's general speculation that a very strong high frequency signal would be needed was correct stating "(Tesla) was prophesying or dreaming, since he had at his disposal no means of carrying them out, but one must add that if he was dreaming, at least he was dreaming correctly.":266
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New broadcast regulations from the FCC in 1968 allowed companies to own a maximum of how many radio stations?
In 1968, ABC took advantage of new FCC ownership regulations allowed broadcasting companies to own a maximum of seven radio stations nationwide in order to purchase Houston radio stations KXYZ and KXYZ-FM for $1 million in shares and $1.5 million in bonds.
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How does cooling of the local environment affect the mnemiopsis?
The impact was increased by chronic overfishing, and by eutrophication gave the entire ecosystem a short-term boost, causing the Mnemiopsis population to increase even faster than normal – and above all by the absence of efficient predators on these introduced ctenophores.
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What was invented by Savery?
The first commercially successful true engine, in it could generate power and transmit it to a machine, was the atmospheric engine, invented by Thomas Newcomen around 1712.
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What kind of weapons did Tesla's treatise concern?
Tesla published the document in an attempt to expound on the technical description of a "superweapon would put an end to all war.
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The Taliban was so different from other moments they could be more accurately described as being what?
Their ideology was also described as being influenced by Wahhabism, and the extremist jihadism of their guest Osama bin Laden.
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What are pharmacists in the United Kingdom being increasingly paid for?
In the United Kingdom, pharmacists undertake additional training are obtaining prescribing rights and this is because of pharmacy education.
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What do Beriods use as teeth?
The phylum has a wide range of body forms, including the flattened, deep-sea platyctenids, in which the adults of most species lack combs, and the coastal beroids, which lack tentacles and prey on other ctenophores by using huge mouths armed with groups of large, stiffened cilia act as teeth.
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Besides the radicals else did Luther have to deal with?
By working alongside the authorities to restore public order, he signalled his reinvention as a conservative force within the Reformation.
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What theorem defines the main role of primes in number theory?
The fundamental theorem of arithmetic establishes the central role of primes in number theory: any integer greater than 1 can be expressed as a product of primes is unique up to ordering.
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What are malum prohibitum considerations?
Some legal requirements come from malum in se considerations, or the desire to prevent things are indisputably bad – bridge collapses or explosions.
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What did the Gulf War inadvertently do in the early 1990s?
Prior to 1990 Saudi Arabia played an important role in restraining the many Islamist groups received its aid.
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How many awards has Doctor Who won?
Doctor Who star Matt Smith won Best Actor in the 2012 National Television awards alongside Karen Gillan won Best Actress.
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What was the theorized maximum population density per square kilometre for the Amazon rainforest?
She claimed that a population density of 0.2 inhabitants per square kilometre (0.52/sq mi) is the maximum can be sustained in the rainforest through hunting, with agriculture needed to host a larger population.
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174
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Was is the name of the Torchwood series was mostly based in the US?
A fourth series, Torchwood: Miracle Day jointly produced by BBC Wales, BBC Worldwide and the American entertainment company Starz debuted in 2011.
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175
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How many troops were defeated for British in BAttle of Carillon?
Abercrombie saved something from the disaster when he sent John Bradstreet on an expedition successfully destroyed Fort Frontenac, including caches of supplies destined for New France's western forts and furs destined for Europe.
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How many gold medals did Kenya win during the Beijing Olympics?
New athletes gained attention, such as Pamela Jelimo, the women's 800m gold medalist went ahead to win the IAAF Golden League jackpot, and Samuel Wanjiru won the men's marathon.
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What is the name of the service gets local businesses contract chances with the Super Bowl?
The host committee has already raised over $40 million through sponsors including Apple, Google, Yahoo!, Intel, Gap, Chevron, and Dignity Health.
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What subatomic particle did Tesla deny the existence of?
Tesla exhibited a pre-atomic understanding of physics in his writings; he disagreed with the theory of atoms being composed of smaller subatomic particles, stating there was no such thing as an electron creating an electric charge (he believed that if electrons existed at all, they were some fourth state of matter or "sub-atom" could only exist in an experimental vacuum and that they had nothing to do with electricity).:249 Tesla believed that atoms are immutable—they could not change state or be split in any way.
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When did Setanta Sports say it would launch as a subscription service?
The announcement came a day after Setanta Sports confirmed that it would launch in March as a subscription service on the digital terrestrial platform, and on the same day NTL's services re-branded as Virgin Media.
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What is a ligand on the cell surface is upregulated after helper T cell activation?
Helper T cells have a weaker association with the MHC:antigen complex than observed for killer T cells, meaning many receptors (around 200–300) on the helper T cell must be bound by an MHC:antigen in order to activate the helper cell, while killer T cells can be activated by engagement of a single MHC:antigen molecule.
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How long did it take Johnson to respond to Kennedy?
On April 20, Kennedy sent a memo to Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, asking Johnson to look into the status of America's space program, and into programs could offer NASA the opportunity to catch up.
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Why are people distribute leaflets inside courthouses not been arrested?
Fully Informed Jury Association activists have sometimes handed out educational leaflets inside courthouses despite admonitions not to; according to FIJA, many of them have escaped prosecution because "prosecutors have reasoned (correctly) that if they arrest fully informed jury leafleters, the leaflets will have to be given to the leafleter's own jury as evidence."
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238
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How many awards has Doctor been nominated for, over the years?
Doctor Who has been nominated for over 200 awards and has won over a hundred of them.
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240
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What are two factors directly effect how powerful a Turing machine may or may not be?
They are all equally powerful in principle, but when resources (such as time or space) are bounded, some of these may be more powerful than others.
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What runs from the balancer in the statocyst to the comb rows?
There are eight rows of combs run from near the mouth to the opposite end, and are spaced evenly round the body.
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The Taliban was so different from other moments they could be more accurately described as being what?
The Taliban differed from other Islamist movements to the point where they might be more properly described as Islamic fundamentalist or neofundamentalist, interested in spreading "an idealized and systematized version of conservative tribal village customs" under the label of Sharia to an entire country.
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264
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How accurate did Guo make the reformed lunisolar calendar?
Among Kublai Khan's top engineers and scientists was the astronomer Guo Shoujing, was tasked with many public works projects and helped the Yuan reform the lunisolar calendar to provide an accuracy of 365.2425 days of the year, which was only 26 seconds off the modern Gregorian calendar's measurement.
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What were the protesters doing with Christ's counsel?
First, in choosing violence over lawful submission to the secular government, they were ignoring Christ's counsel to "Render unto Caesar the things are Caesar's"; St. Paul had written in his epistle to the Romans 13:1–7 that all authorities are appointed by God and therefore should not be resisted.
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What is another way of referring to stators?
The stator consists of a similar, but fixed, series of blades serve to redirect the steam flow onto the next rotor stage.
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When was an extended episode of Doctor shown?
The serial format changed for the 2005 revival, with each series usually consisting of 13 45-minute, self-contained episodes (60 minutes with adverts, on overseas commercial channels), and an extended episode broadcast on Christmas Day.
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305
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How does the D-loop finish replicating?
The results of the microscopy experiments led to the idea chloroplast DNA replicates using a double displacement loop (D-loop).
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How many seasons did the original Doctor run?
Occasionally serials were loosely connected by a storyline, such as season 8 being devoted to the Doctor battling a rogue Time Lord called The Master, season 16's quest for The Key to Time, season 18's journey through E-Space and the theme of entropy, and season 20's Black Guardian Trilogy.
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Who is an example of a sedentary people were not favored by the laws of the Mongol Empire?
However, there is no evidence of this, or of the lifting of discriminatory policies towards sedentary peoples such as the Chinese.
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How do chloroplasts reproduce?
Chloroplasts, like mitochondria, contain their own DNA, which is thought to be inherited from their ancestor—a photosynthetic cyanobacterium was engulfed by an early eukaryotic cell.
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What two radio networks did RCA own?
The last was owned by electronics manufacturer Radio Corporation of America (RCA), which owned two radio networks each ran different varieties of programming, NBC Blue and NBC Red.
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Who lead the 1968 special programming for ABC Radio's FM stations?
In July 1968, ABC Radio launched a special programming project for its FM stations, which was spearheaded by Allen Shaw, a former program manager at WCFL in Chicago was approached by ABC Radio president Harold L. Neal to develop a format to compete with the new progressive rock and DJ-helmed stations.
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What theorem defines the main role of primes in number theory?
A natural number greater than 1 is not a prime number is called a composite number.
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341
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How many affiliates carry the ABC network feed in 480i standard definition?
However, most of Hearst Television's 16 ABC-affiliated stations transmit the network's programming in 1080i HD, while 11 other affiliates owned by various companies carry the network feed in 480i standard definition either due to technical considerations for affiliates of other major networks carry ABC programming on a digital subchannel or because a primary feed ABC affiliate has not yet upgraded their transmission equipment to allow content to be presented in HD.
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What is stratigraphy?
Geologists use a number of field, laboratory, and numerical modeling methods to decipher Earth history and understand the processes occur on and inside the Earth.
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What branch of theoretical computer science deals with broadly classifying computational problems by difficulty and class of relationship?
A computational problem is understood to be a task is in principle amenable to being solved by a computer, which is equivalent to stating that the problem may be solved by mechanical application of mathematical steps, such as an algorithm.
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What geochemist developed the uranium-lead dating method into lead-lead dating?
Just and Lynn Margulis, computer scientist Richard Hamming, the creator of the Hamming Code, lithium-ion battery developer John B. Goodenough, mathematician and Fields Medal recipient Paul Joseph Cohen, and geochemist Clair Cameron Patterson, developed the uranium-lead dating method into lead-lead dating.
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What crime drama debuted on ABC in September 1994?
September 1994 saw the debut of NYPD Blue, a gritty police procedural from Steven Bochco (created Doogie Howser, M.D. and the critically pilloried Cop Rock for ABC earlier in the decade); lasting ten seasons, the drama became known for its boundary pushing of network television standards (particularly its occasional use of graphic language and rear nudity), which led some affiliates to initially refuse to air the show in its first season.
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How are chloroplasts similar to mitochondria?
Chloroplasts, like mitochondria, contain their own DNA, which is thought to be inherited from their ancestor—a photosynthetic cyanobacterium was engulfed by an early eukaryotic cell.
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What is the name of the service gets local businesses contract chances with the Super Bowl?
For the first time, the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee and the NFL have openly sought disabled veteran and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-owned businesses in Business Connect, the Super Bowl program provides local companies with contracting opportunities in and around the Super Bowl.
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404
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What are the exceptions in the constitution require special considerations to amend?
The Victorian Constitution can be amended by the Parliament of Victoria, except for certain "entrenched" provisions require either an absolute majority in both houses, a three-fifths majority in both houses, or the approval of the Victorian people in a referendum, depending on the provision.
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Who was Kennedy's science adviser opposed manned spacecraft flights?
But even after NASA reached internal agreement, it was far from smooth sailing.
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415
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What impact did this loss have on Abercrombie?
Abercrombie saved something from the disaster when he sent John Bradstreet on an expedition successfully destroyed Fort Frontenac, including caches of supplies destined for New France's western forts and furs destined for Europe.
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What types of preparation do pharmacists have?
Pharmacists are healthcare professionals with specialised education and training perform various roles to ensure optimal health outcomes for their patients through the quality use of medicines.
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Who was Emma's brother?
His stay in Normandy (until 1016) influenced him and his sons by Emma, stayed in Normandy after Cnut the Great's conquest of the isle.
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What type of technology is the non organic separating of gases?
The other major method of producing O_2 gas involves passing a stream of clean, dry air through one bed of a pair of identical zeolite molecular sieves, which absorbs the nitrogen and delivers a gas stream is 90% to 93% O_2.
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Which Doctor Who-related song reached Number One in the UK?
In 1988 the band The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu (later known as The KLF) released the single "Doctorin' the Tardis" under the name The Timelords, which reached No. 1 in the UK and No. 2 in Australia; this version incorporated several other songs, including "Rock and Roll Part 2" by Gary Glitter (recorded vocals for some of the CD-single remix versions of "Doctorin' the Tardis").
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What was the only year a full series was not filmed since 2005?
No full series was filmed in 2009, although four additional specials starring David Tennant were made.
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What must a project adhere to?
Constructing a project fails to adhere to codes does not benefit the owner.
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482
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Which Doctor show was the largest simulcast of a TV drama?
The programme is listed in Guinness World Records as the longest-running science fiction television show in the world, the "most successful" science fiction series of all time—based on its over-all broadcast ratings, DVD and book sales, and iTunes traffic— and for the largest ever simulcast of a TV drama with its 50th anniversary special.
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Why was the Dutch lawyer moved to Belgium while advising a client in a social society case told he couldn't continue?
The Court of Justice held that the freedom to provide services applied, it was directly effective, and the rule was probably unjustified: having an address in the member state would be enough to pursue the legitimate aim of good administration of justice.
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What is the example of another problem characterized by large instances is routinely solved by SAT handlers employing efficient algorithms?
Similarly, algorithms can solve the NP-complete knapsack problem over a wide range of sizes in less than quadratic time and SAT solvers routinely handle large instances of the NP-complete Boolean satisfiability problem.
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What are two anti-inflammatory molecules peak during awake hours?
As well during awake active times, anti-inflammatory molecules, such as cortisol and catecholamines, peak.
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498
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What is colonialism's core meaning?
Colonialism's core meaning is the exploitation of the valuable assets and supplies of the nation was conquered and the conquering nation then gaining the benefits from the spoils of the war.
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508
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What are two factors made it difficult for colonists to the Amazon forest to survive?
The soils in the Amazon are productive for just a short period of time, so farmers are constantly moving to new areas and clearing more land.
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Of what form is the infinite amount of primes comprise the special cases of Schinzel's hypothesis?
It is conjectured there are infinitely many primes of the form n2 + 1.
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How many factors of health and social problems did Wilkinson and PIckett identify?
In recent years the characteristic has strongly correlated with health in developed countries is income inequality.
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525
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What instrument became a national instrument in Germany?
He often accompanied the sung hymns with a lute, later recreated as the waldzither became a national instrument of Germany in the 20th century.
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530
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What are the proteins organisms use to identify molecules associated with pathogens?
Antimicrobial peptides called defensins are an evolutionarily conserved component of the innate immune response found in all animals and plants, and represent the main form of invertebrate systemic immunity.
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538
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When did the Steven Spielberg movie Duel first debut?
The Movie of the Week broadcast feature-length dramatic films directed by such talented filmmakers as Aaron Spelling, David Wolper and Steven Spielberg (the latter of whom gained early success through the showcase for his 1971 film Duel) were produced on an average budget of $400,000–$450,000.
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What was the entity stepped in and caused Miami's Sun Life Stadium to no longer be in the running to host Super Bowl 50?
However, on May 3, 2013, the Florida legislature refused to approve the funding plan to pay for the renovations, dealing a significant blow to Miami's chances.
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547
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What is the last name of the player scored a 2-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter?
Then Anderson scored on a 2-yard touchdown run and Manning completed a pass to Bennie Fowler for a 2-point conversion, giving Denver a 24–10 lead with 3:08 left and essentially putting the game away.
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549
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Against whom did the Camisards rise up to fight?
In the early 18th century, a regional group known as the Camisards were Huguenots rioted against the Catholic Church in the region, burning churches and killing clergy.
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What was the most important discovery led to the understanding Earth's lithosphere is separated into tectonic plates?
There is an intimate coupling between the movement of the plates on the surface and the convection of the mantle: oceanic plate motions and mantle convection currents always move in the same direction, because the oceanic lithosphere is the rigid upper thermal boundary layer of the convecting mantle.
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552
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What vehicle did Doctor Who use for his escape from Gallifrey?
Doctor Who follows the adventures of the primary character, a rogue Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey, simply goes by the name "The Doctor".
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562
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Who originally hosted the syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
In August 1999, ABC premiered a special series event, Wants to Be a Millionaire, a game show based on the British program of the same title.
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After Huguenots fled France, their last remaining bastion was where?
In the early 18th century, a regional group known as the Camisards were Huguenots rioted against the Catholic Church in the region, burning churches and killing clergy.
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568
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What ABC comedy had the record for the longest running comedy until being passed by the Simpsons in 2002?
ABC's merger with UPT led to the creation of relationships with Hollywood's film production studios, breaking a quarantine had existed at that time between film and television, the latter of which had previously been more connected to radio.
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570
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Where do most teachers get their credentials from?
In many countries, a person wishes to become a teacher must first obtain specified professional qualifications or credentials from a university or college.
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573
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Whose authority did Luther's theology oppose?
Those identify with these, and all of Luther's wider teachings, are called Lutherans even though Luther insisted on Christian or Evangelical as the only acceptable names for individuals professed Christ.
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577
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When did British government give land for development of Ohio Country?
He completed the 1752 Treaty of Logstown in which the local Indians, through their "Half-King" Tanacharison and an Iroquois representative, agreed to terms included permission to build a "strong house" at the mouth of the Monongahela River (the site of present-day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).
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580
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What is one method of achieving aspirational consumption?
If the state does not provide these services, then for those on lower incomes, the costs must be borrowed and often those on lower incomes are those are worse equipped to manage their finances.
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582
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Who invited Washington to dine with him?
Jacques Legardeur de Saint-Pierre, succeeded Marin as commander of the French forces after the latter died on October 29, invited Washington to dine with him.
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591
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In which two codes were the roles of pharmacists codified?
In Japan, at the end of the Asuka period (538–710) and the early Nara period (710–794), the men fulfilled roles similar to those of modern pharmacists were highly respected.
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592
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After Apollo missions 18 and 19 were cancelled, what happened to the Saturn Vs were never used?
By 1971, the decision was made to also cancel missions 18 and 19.
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598
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Of what form are Mersenne primes?
Other primes where either p + 1 or p − 1 is of a particular shape include the Sophie Germain primes (primes of the form 2p + 1 with p prime), primorial primes, Fermat primes and Mersenne primes, that is, prime numbers are of the form 2p − 1, where p is an arbitrary prime.
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604
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What is this doctrine of God appointing authorities called?
First, in choosing violence over lawful submission to the secular government, they were ignoring Christ's counsel to "Render unto Caesar the things are Caesar's"; St. Paul had written in his epistle to the Romans 13:1–7 that all authorities are appointed by God and therefore should not be resisted.
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631
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Red ribbons in the logo were used to represent which division of ABC?
The ABC logo was also significantly redesigned as part of the transition, with a glossy "ball" effect was specifically designed for HD.
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637
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In what year was the South African Schools Act passed?
Some of the oldest schools in South Africa are private church schools were established by missionaries in the early nineteenth century.
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639
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How many doctors were in Kenya in 2011?
According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, in 2011 there were 65,000 qualified nurses registered in the country; 8,600 clinical officers and 7,000 doctors for the population of 43 million people (These figures from official registers include those have died or left the profession hence the actual number of these workers may be lower).
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